By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 18/09/23
Fred’s Photographer Michael Amendolia has been featured on the cover page of UAE-based magazine HIPA for its September edition. HIPA recognition to Michael included one of his iconic photograph of trachoma on the magazine’s cover.
By Garu Baskaran | Posted 30/08/23
In an era where stakeholders increasingly expect companies to have a broader purpose beyond profits, corporate giving has become an essential aspect of sustainable and responsible business practices.
By Angela Topping | Posted 30/08/23
Philanthropists and major donors play a very important role in helping The Fred Hollows Foundation restore sight. We depend on their generous support to create a more equitable world where no one is needlessly blind. Here are five commonly asked questions about philanthropy.
By Dr Lila Raj Puri | Posted 16/08/23
Recognising early signs of cataract is vital for maintaining your eye health. If you experience any unusual changes in your eye health, it is recommended to consult an ophthalmologist/optometrist for a thorough eye examination.
According to the International Diabetes Federation, diabetic retinopathy is the world’s leading cause of blindness in the working age population. That’s why it’s important to stay informed about diabetic retinopathy and its potential risks. Understanding the condition empowers you to take proactive
By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 09/08/23
The Fred Hollows Foundation warmly welcomes Australia’s new International Development Policy, which strives to achieve peace, stability and prosperity through key commitments to transparency and accountability in development, sustainable growth and poverty elimination.
By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 31/07/23
The Fred Hollows Foundation pays tribute to exceptional human rights campaigner and former Deputy CEO Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Hounslow.
By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 21/07/23
Every year, Specsavers donates $25 from each pair of limited-edition frames to The Fred Hollows Foundation. This year, Helen Dale Samson’s artwork, ’Puntawarri’ features on the new limited-edition frames.
An Acknowledgement of Country holds immense importance as it recognises the ongoing connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to their lands, promotes reconciliation, and demonstrates respect.
By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 17/07/23
The Fred Hollows Foundation supports the enshrinement of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament in the Australian Constitution.